In Class. In Court. Involved.

NYU Law’s reputation for academic excellence is grounded in the scholarship of our faculty, which routinely draws accolades from the legal academy and beyond.

Our professors are also leaders in a wide range of disciplines, actively engaged as theorists, practitioners, policymakers, and commentators. We pride ourselves on the fact that our scholars live in the real world, not in an ivory tower. They pursue matters that are before courts and regulatory agencies, testify before lawmakers, serve on commissions, and advise government entities, NGOs, and other organizations. Students reap the benefits, as faculty members draw on their research and real-world experience in the classroom.

Go to our faculty profiles to find out more, and follow some of our faculty on Twitter, where they comment on everything from law and policy to sports and pop culture.


Faculty Scholarship

Our faculty publish a wide array of articles and books each year. Click to see a list of faculty publications.

Social Media

Go to our YouTube channel for lectures, panels, and events. And follow us on Twitter and friend us on Facebook, too. 

Centers & Institutes

At our over 30 centers, faculty research a range of topics, from Law and Economics to Human Rights and Global Justice. 

Upcoming Faculty Workshops

Faculty workshops take place on Thursdays in Snow Dining Room. Lunch is available starting at noon, and discussions are held 12:30-1:30 p.m.

  • 6/16: Oscar Chase
  • 6/23: Jeremy Waldron
  • 6/30: Catherine Sharkey

Spring 2016 Colloquia

NYU Law has eleven colloquia, rigorous meta-seminars convened by faculty in their areas of specialty. Here are the ones being offered this Spring:

Innovation Policy Colloquium
Professors Jeanne Fromer and Chris Sprigman

Institute for International Law and Justice Colloquium
Professors Gráinne de Búrca and Benedict Kingsbury

Law and Economics Colloquium: Law and Economics
Professors Emiliano Catan LLM ’10 and Florencia Marotta-Wurgler ’01

Legal History Colloquium
Professors David Golove and Daniel Hulsebosch

Tax Policy and Public Finance Colloquium
Professors Daniel Shaviro and Alan Viard